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Sidharth Malhotra joins ‘little Kiara’ for a Shershaah reel, ‘Dimple’ Kiara Advani showers love. Watch

Shershaah star Sidharth Malhotra joined digital creator Kiara Khanna to recreate a dialogue from the hit film. The reel got love from Kiara Advani.

Written by Kriti Sonali | Bengaluru |
Updated: October 14, 2021 8:54:54 am
Shershaah star Sidharth Malhotra joined a little digital creator Kiara Khanna to recreate a dialogue from the hit filmShershaah stars Sidharth Malhotra and Kiara Advani in the lead role. (Photo: Sidharth Malhotra/Instagram)

Sidharth Malhotra’s August release, Shershaah, which co-starred Kiara Advani, has impressed many. The film’s dialogues were turned into Instagram reels and Sidharth has also joined the trend now. The actor shared one such reel on his Instagram handle where he was joined by digital creator Kiara Khanna.

Sharing the reel, Sidharth wrote, “Meet little kiara as dimple 😊❤️. #shershaahreels @shivani.j.khanna #shershaah.”

Kiara Advani too reacted to this video and dropped a heart emoji.


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Sidharth Malhotra plays the role of Captain Vikram Batra, who sacrificed his life during the Kargil war. His on-screen chemistry with his rumoured girlfriend Kiara, who played Vikram’s girlfriend Dimple Cheema, got a lot of limelight. In the new reel, Sidharth seems to be really impressed the way ‘little Kiara’ had nailed the scene.

Kiara Khanna earlier enacted Kiara Advani’s funeral scene from the film and the video went viral. She recreated a few more dialogues and songs of Kiara from Shershaah.

On the work front, Sidharth Malhotra will be next seen in Thank God and Mission Majnu.

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